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1857 'English Patents: Edward Oldfield, of the firm of Oddy and Oldfield, of the Adelphi Ironworks, Salford, machine makers, for improvements in self-acting mules for spinning and doubling, partly a communication from a foreigner residing abroad. Dated April 17.1857.'<ref>Bolton Chronicle - Saturday 10 October 1857</ref>
 
1857 'English Patents: Edward Oldfield, of the firm of Oddy and Oldfield, of the Adelphi Ironworks, Salford, machine makers, for improvements in self-acting mules for spinning and doubling, partly a communication from a foreigner residing abroad. Dated April 17.1857.'<ref>Bolton Chronicle - Saturday 10 October 1857</ref>
  
1864 'British Patents: Edward Oldfield, of the firm of Oddy and Oldfield, of the Adelphi Ironworks, Salford, machine makers, for improvements in self-acting mules for spinning and doubling cotton and other fibrous materials, 28th October.  <ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Tuesday 26 April 1864</ref.
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1864 'British Patents: Edward Oldfield, of the firm of Oddy and Oldfield, of the Adelphi Ironworks, Salford, machine makers, for improvements in self-acting mules for spinning and doubling cotton and other fibrous materials, 28th October.  <ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Tuesday 26 April 1864</ref>
  
 
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1857 'English Patents: Edward Oldfield, of the firm of Oddy and Oldfield, of the Adelphi Ironworks, Salford, machine makers, for improvements in self-acting mules for spinning and doubling, partly a communication from a foreigner residing abroad. Dated April 17.1857.'[1]

1864 'British Patents: Edward Oldfield, of the firm of Oddy and Oldfield, of the Adelphi Ironworks, Salford, machine makers, for improvements in self-acting mules for spinning and doubling cotton and other fibrous materials, 28th October. [2]

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  1. Bolton Chronicle - Saturday 10 October 1857
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Tuesday 26 April 1864